Distinguished Alumni Awards Banquet
October 26, 2018


Fridley Public Schools will honor six Distinguished Alumni selected for their accomplishments since high school graduation; their personal attributes, which align with the International Baccalaureate Program; and their contributions to their communities. Click here for more information or click here to purchase tickets.

    • MonOct22 Dance Team (7-12) begins Fridley High School
    • TueOct23 Kid's Apple Run CHANGED: This event has been changed. 4:00 PMCommons Park
    • TueOct23 High School Music Concert 7:00 PMHigh school auditorium
    • WedOct24 ECFE Baby Class begins Fridley Community Center
    • ThuOct25 FMS EL Family Night 5:00 PM to 7:00 PMFridley Middle School

Tiger Club (Childcare)

Fun, friends, and security are at the heart of the District's childcare program. Tiger Club offers high quality care for children from infancy through grade six. Fun activities, learning opportunities, an emphasis on social and emotional growth and a focus on school and community values are core to the Tiger Club programs. The goal is to accommodate working families while providing a secure and caring environment staffed by professional care practitioners. Three specific programs within the Tiger Club meet the needs of each age group.

Itsy Bitsy Tigers (IB Tigers) Infant/Toddler

The infant and toddler portion of Tiger Club, is located at the Fridley Community Center and are both licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services and accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Child (NAEYC).For Infants and Toddlers 6 weeks to 36 months of age, a staff to child ratio of one to four with infants and one to seven with toddlers is maintained to provide small group and individual attention. Learning centers, indoor and outdoor play, circle time, music, stories, and outings contribute to a well- rounded development while preparing them for preschool. The hours of operation are from 6:30am to 5:30pm year round.

Call for Enrollment Availability & Information

Itsy Bitsy Infant/Toddler Program Manager: Christine Haubach - 763-502-5142 

Tiny Tigers Preschool

This preschool portion of Tiger Club, is located at the Fridley Community Center and are both licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services and accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). For preschoolers 3-5 years of age, a staff to child ratio of one to ten is maintained. This provides small group and individual attention. Learning centers, indoor and outdoor play, circle time, music, stories and outings prepare young ones for their elementary school experience. The hours of operation are from 6:30am to 5:30pm year round.

Call for Enrollment Availability & Information

Tiny Tigers Preschool Program Manager: Cami Herder - 763-502-5129

**For more information, availability and enrollment details about combining Tiny Tigers Childcare with the Fridley 4-Year Old Preschool please contact the Program Manager listed above.

Tiger Time School-Age

Tiger Time is the School Age component and is for students grades Kindergarten - 6th. Tiger Time offers a before and after school, Non-School day and Summer childcare at the Fridley Community Center. Tiger Time staff are members of Minnesota School-Age Childcare Association (MnSACA) and are trained in “out of school time” curriculum planning. Our program is an ideal place where students can explore their interests in a variety of fun and challenging activities designed to build confidence and foster independence in a safe, nurturing, environment. Whether attending Before & After School, on non-school days, or in the summer, Tiger Time is open 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Call for Enrollment Availability & Information

Tiger Time School-age Program Manager: Lindsey Crawford - 763-502-5137

Sally Leone, Assistant Coordinator (Accounts)
Fridley Community Center
6085 Seventh Street NE
Fridley, MN 55432
763-502-5135

Kristi Sabby, Coordinator
Fridley Community Center
6085 Seventh Street NE
Fridley, MN 55432
763 502-5119


Senator Carolyn Laine and Minnesota Commissioner of Agriculture, Dave Frederickson, visited FHS on October 11, 2018 and learned first-hand how a State grant awarded to Fridley Public Schools in 2018 is making a difference in food preparation for students.

Fridley Public Schools staff and students are participating in the Fridley Idea Lab, a crowd-based innovation program.

Congratulations to Fridley Public Schools September Employee of the Month Trent Wisocki, custodian at the Fridley Community Center!

Fridley High School students in the Theory of Knowledge class attended the Westminster Town Hall Forum which featured Clint Watts who spoke about his new book.

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